rtified that they would give him a warm reception.
Jackson's corps was then at Ashland, within twelve miles ofrossings of the Chickahominy should be uncovered by Jackson's advance down the left bank, so that the other thrance to Loring in ‘61, and later on to Ewell.
When Jackson's corps was so strangely left at Winchester after t mysterious orders when he was temporarily absent.
Jackson's confidence was well bestowed, and he found in thereet and A. P. Hill might drive in that direction!
Jackson's report says:
Hoping that Generals A. P. Hill e left and extending to the right, through Ewell's, Jackson's, and Whiting's divisions . . . in the order namedlade his line upon its advance. . .
The words of Jackson's report, omitted in the quotation, are as follows:he first break in the Federal line, and quotes from Jackson's report: Dashing on with unfaltering step in the f in coming out of the swamp found themselves behind Jackson's corps and were not engaged.
Rodes, Garland, and